ED 101: Q&As for ESEA Program Administrators
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In an easy-to-use Q&A format, this book will answer numerous thorny questions school administrators will need to master in order to stay compliant with programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) - No Child Left Behind (NCLB) in its current iteration. Analyzing regulations, guidance and U.S. Department policy letters, the book explains the nuances administrators must understand in a dozen program areas.
One important source is the official program guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Education. But this guidance can sometimes be opaque or hard to understand. In some cases, it does not even address issues that may arise in your day-to-day dealings with NCLB programs.
ED 101: Q&As for ESEA Program Administrators is intended to supplement the guidance by explaining the more difficult provisions and filling in gaps. In many cases, the Q&As we have assembled are derived from official ED monitoring reports or correspondence with real-world administrators like yourselves. Our Q&As are intended to give you access to official policy interpretations not readily available elsewhere.
- Answers tough, practical questions education grant administrators may encounter in their day-to-day oversight of ESEA/NCLB programs. The book fills in gaps in federal program guidance and explains policies buried in such hard-to-obtain documents as ED policy letters issued to individual grantees. ED 101: Q&As for ESEA Program Administrators provides insights available nowhere else!
- Basic Title I requirements
- Title I allocations
- Allowable Title I expenditures
- Basic fiscal issues
- Public school choice and SES
- Programs for homeless students
- Private schools
- Parental involvement
- Teachers and paraprofessionals
- Other Title I programs
- Limited English proficient students and Title III
- Fiscal management
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Charles J. Edwards is Executive Editor of Thompson Information Services' federal education publications. Mr. Edwards has over 25 years of experience writing about education and education-related topics, including Title I, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and regulations governing administration of federal programs for public schools. Most recently, he co-authored Federal Education Grants Management, the only book devoted specifically to the unique requirements of U.S. Department of Education grants. He graduated from Notre Dame in 1976 with a B.A. in history (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa).
Travis J. Hicks is the Editor of Thompson Publishing Group's NCLB Advisor, as well as a contributor to the company's other federal education publications. Mr. Hicks has more than a decade of experience writing about education and education-related topics, including Title I, No Child Left Behind, and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. He graduated from James Madison University in 1997 with a B.A. in English.